If you’re looking for a comprehensive guide to operating the Sony RX100 Mark VII, look no further than the official Sony RX100 Mark VII manual.
The Sony RX100 Mark VII is the most capable pocket camera made to date, both in terms of video and stills. A best-in-class AF implementation and general usability improvements make the VII easier to operate and more enjoyable to use.
On paper, the RX100 VII is amazing. Its size is amazing, its 24-200mm lens is (sort of) amazing, its high-speed shooting is amazing and its latest-gen AF system is amazing.
Please be sure to read and save the entire manual before setting up or using your Sony RX100 Mark VII. Misuse may damage the unit or cause harm or serious injury. Download the manual and save it for future reference.
Sony RX100 VII Specifications
- 20MP 1″-type stacked-CMOS sensor with phase detection and built-in DRAM
- 24-200mm equivalent F2.8-4.5 zoom
- 20 fps continuous shooting with full autofocus and auto-exposure, and no blackout
- Seven frames, 90 fps ‘single burst’ mode
- Retractable 2.36M-dot EVF with 0.59x Equiv. magnification
- 3″ touchscreen LCD (flips up 180Â° or down by 90Â°)
- Oversampled UHD 4K video (up to 5 min clips in standard temperature mode)
- Combined lens and digital ‘Active’ stabilization mode in video
- High-speed video at up to 1000 fps
- Wi-Fi with Bluetooth and NFC